Key Considerations for Understanding Your Workload
Before attempting any schema design, it is critical to understand the nature of the workload.
Is data loaded in trickles, large batches, or concurrent inserts? Is data frequently updated?
Is data ingest speed more important than query performance?
Are the queries mostly working with a small subset of rows related to the entire dataset (probably 0.
1% or less)? Are the queries dealing with the entire dataset or a big subset of the data?
Which tables do you tend to join and what columns do you use to join them?
What columns do you tend to use in filters?
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